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Hold’em Poker for Advanced Players

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Author: David Sklansky and Mason Malmuth
Title: Hold’em Poker for the Advanced Players,  351 pages
Published:Two Plus Two Publishing, New York, 1999

An authority when it comes to both learning how to play Texas Hold’em poker and judging the way other poker books have been written, this book is an excellent treatise on poker playing strategies.

The book is divided into eight parts each of them covering for essential aspects of this type of poker – Texas Hold’em. The first section presents a series of insightful strategies for playing the first two cards. It is followed by a section which approaches the main strategic concepts concerning deceptive strategies and how to avoid being cheated when playing poker. The third section consists of important advices as to how to behave when put in specific gambling situations. From the fourth to the sixth part, readers can find precious tips regarding different types of non-standard Hold’em and in the seventh part you can find a record and also a thorough analysis of the most important skills a professional poker player must possess. The final section of the book focuses on summarizing the entire content of the book, presenting it in a simpler and more concise way

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